What does /mu/ think of the new Nails album?
Brocore garbage, just like everything else they ever did.
I don't understand where these lads get the idea that they should be the spokespeople for healthy elitism in extreme metal/rock-based youth subcultures considering that they're sharing a record label with fucking Nightwish.
When this man dies within the next 2 years will white people pretend that they've always been a fan of him>
Why doesn't anyone like tool on /mu/?
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Pleb here, wanted to ask a question
What do people mean when they complain an album has bad production? I don't really get exactly what makes an album have that
For example, i've seen people saying that the first Smiths record has bad production, but it sounds fine to me, in fact it's my favorite Smiths album. Another one that people complain about is Centipede Hz, what makes that album have bad production? I don't get it.
there's no one thing that makes production inherently bad, it varies based on the specific album you're looking at. some things might be too lo fi, with CHz people just seem to think its too cluttered. However, you can easily argue that these are strengths rather than detriments as well. Its kind of like video game graphics. Some might be looking for pure technical power displayed through photorealism, while some enjoy things that are more exaggerated and cartoony, even if graphically they may not be super...
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My benchmark for "bad production" is "Can you distinctly hear things that you are supposed to hear?"
IMO it's very tough for anyone who isn't actually a musician, mixer or producer of some kind to really determine this kind of thing on a high level. Many people think Master of Puppets is a masterpiece but other people will tell you that it has shit production (it kind of does but that gives it a lot of its charm, the drums sound like garbage though; I had no idea that opening snare roll was actually a snare until very recently).
Thanks for the answers, guys
I was thinking here about this, and it makes sense when you consider an album like White Light/White Heat from TVU, in theory it has shit production, but that's exactly what makes it good (at least for me and i think everyone who enjoys it), the noisy, lo-fi production makes the album unlistenable to some people, but for others it's what it makes it so inreresting
Recommend me your favorite album RIGHT NOW!
How do I write music like him?
>"melodic" metalcore/death metal album
>no melodies to speak of
>death metal album
>no band member is dying during the recording process
/mu/ is still hating Lauren?
This is an interesting picture
It's supposed to be light-hearted and goofy but her right eye tells a different story
Look at how tired she looks, those heavy bags under her eyes, if she really felt the expression she was trying to make then her eyes would light up, but she's only making this expression to make a quirky picture out of it.
Women sure are funny creatures.
One of these threads?
How does it feel to know that this man unironically makes more money than your favorite artist?
mu, how does the summer 2016 sounds?
Ever since Drive (2011) and Hotline Miami it gained a lot of popularity. Do you think it's dead yet? I'm asking as a new synthwave producer.